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Hours of Operation
Monday – Sunday
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to pay sales tax?2020-09-10T14:07:09-04:00

Commissions, including Rainbow Pet Painting orders, are exempt from sales tax. On all other products, only residents of Florida are required to pay sales tax.

Which credit cards are accepted?2020-09-10T14:02:29-04:00

www.ZirzowGallery.com accepts the following credit cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

When will I receive my order?2020-09-10T14:08:23-04:00

Zirzow Gallery makes every effort to ship your order in a timely manner. Original artwork and fine art prints are created directly by the artist and ship within two business days via USPS. Some products offered on ZirzowGallery.com are manufactured to order (such as mugs, notebooks, and apparel) and are not eligible for expedited shipping methods. If you have any questions regarding our products or shipping methods please email [email protected]

Is local pick-up available?2020-09-10T11:34:36-04:00

Yes! You can select Local Pickup during check-out for originals, fine art prints, Rainbow Pet Paintings, and other commissions. By choosing local pick-up, you agree to pick up your artwork from 2438 Harvard Ave, Fort Myers, FL 33907 within 21 days after purchase.

When will I receive my Rainbow Pet Painting?2020-09-10T13:54:38-04:00

It takes approximately 1-3 weeks to complete a pet painting depending on the complexity of the commission. Once you place your order, the artist will review your photos and contact you via email to confirm your order. You will receive updates via email with the progress of the painting. You will receive a digital proof within three weeks of placing your order, if you are happy with your painting, then it will be shipped to you within two business days!

Can one portrait be made from multiple photos?2020-09-10T10:26:46-04:00

Yes! If you would like a pet painting portrait of more than one pet, but can’t get them all in one photo, you can upload multiple photos when you place your order. If you have any preference for positioning your pets, you will be able to specify in the “Additional Instructions” field in the order form.

What do I need to do to take a good pet photo?2020-09-10T10:24:08-04:00

You don’t need any special cameras or equipment to take a great photo, here are some tips:

  • Shoot at pet’s eye level, sit or lie on the floor, not from above your pet
  • Use natural lighting either outside or indoors by the light of a nearby window.
  • Get close to your pet and focus on their eyes.
  • Be patient. Have someone attract your pet’s attention behind you while you shoot or hold a treat in your hand close to the camera. Try making a high pitched tone or whistle to get them in an alert pose.
How do I become an art collector?2020-09-10T10:07:53-04:00

A collector of Amanda Zirzow’s art has many options, from premium original works to museum-quality prints. We suggest that you collect what you like and whenever possible, buy the original. The artist can also work closely with you to curate a collection that suits your tastes, wall or floor space, and your economic means.

Where is the best place to purchase my art?2020-09-10T10:00:56-04:00

We strongly encourage collectors to purchase their art directly from the Zirzow Gallery website. When you buy from Zirzow Gallery, all original artwork and fine art prints ship directly from the artist. It is the best way to assure the authenticity of the work. You also benefit from working with our customer service team and art consultants.

Is art a good investment?2020-09-10T09:57:59-04:00

There are works of art that are always “on the rise,” such as works by the masters or very well-established artists, but when buying work by contemporary, living artists, the key rule should still be to invest in what you like.

What is a print?2020-09-10T09:54:25-04:00

A print is a high quality reproduction of an artist’s original work of art. Generally speaking, it is better if a print is signed and numbered; although some artists go “beyond” the numbers by having artist proofs. A smart buyer should always ask: “How many did the artist print?” and “How many of them are still available?”, as usually prints that are all sold (called “out of print”) tend to go up in price if the demand for them rises.

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